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That's not much of a slope Sol - particularly as, in those days, they had porters to push the heavy trolleys up the ramp ...............:roll::roll:

I do like that retaining wall. :thumbs



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slowly coming together - flashing & some eaves to be done -



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Flashing & eaves/fascias done - fascia printed light grey via Excel onto card, then dark grey weathering powder

I am happy so far - now the next part will be the span.




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99% finished





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Hi Sol,

I've been keeping my eye on this build, but haven't said anything until now. It does look good ! :thumbs IMHO, I think the end of the bridge needs a concrete plynth, where it rests on the retaining wall/roadway. But, then again you did say it's only 99% finished.

Cheers, Gary.



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Gary, there will be a brick pylon right next to the stone wall to give "support" for the span. Part of the remaining 1%   :roll:



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Brick pillar installed - now to add bushes , etc around the base...




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coming together nicely,the pillar looks just right
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